Carbon Trust issue CCm with Certificate of Achievement
Nestlé, Cargill and CCm Technologies launch collaborative pilot to turn cocoa shells into low carbon fertiliser
Nestlé UK and Ireland and Cargill launch their latest regenerative agriculture initiative - Trials underway will use a process from CCm Technologies to manufacture fertiliser for two UK farms, which supply Nestlé. These farms supply wheat to Nestlé factories producing breakfast cereals and pet food
CCm Technologies features on BBC Countryfile
CCm Technologies features on BBC Countryfile. The episode focuses on the benefits of regenerative farming. CCm's carbon-zero fertiliser production can be a part of the regenerative farming transition, drastically reducing carbon emissions on farms by up to 90%. Watch the episode to understand how.
Comment on Global Fertilizer Challenge
Ahead of an expected announcement at COP27 on the Global Fertilizer Challenge from the United States, ECIU's Climate and Land lead on what's at stake.
Podcast special: how to wean Britain off Russian fertiliser
CCm Technologies recently joined Kate Andrews, The Spectator’s Economics Editor, on their podcast to discuss the role our low Carbon fertilisers can play in tackling food and energy insecurity in an evolving global landscape.
Nature-starved UK sows seeds for revolution in how it grows food
CCm Technologies are part of the solution to positive change within the agricultural sector. CCm offer sustainable alternatives in terms of fertilsier production and application which has many benefits to the UK, including improved soil health, increased biodiversity and reduced costs to farmers.
A climate-smart fertiliser that serves each farm’s needs: CCm Technologies
CCm Technologies has developed a process that turns by-products from industrial and waste processing facilities, into tailor-made fertiliser products. CCm’s products can be fine-tuned to provide the full spectrum of nutrient requirements for a particular crop and soil type. The format of the fertiliser is a slow-release pellet manufactured from feedstock derived from waste streams such as industrial carbon dioxide and fibre from food industry by-products. The unique combination of feedstock and format has the potential to significantly reduce air and water pollution, as well as divert problematic planet-warming carbon from the atmosphere to beneficial soil health-enhancing carbon sequestered in agricultural land.
The surprising green innovations that could revolutionise food production... and help with rising costs
An article by Tesco describes the process of CCm Technologies' zero-carbon fertiliser production.
Food crisis lifeline: UK firm to help slash Russia fertiliser reliance – and they're green
A UK-BASED clean-tech firm is producing a low-carbon fertiliser from waste products that will both help to combat global warming and could reduce British agriculture's dependence on foreign imports - such as from Russia.
Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU)
How can innovation in fertiliser production and use support farmers to transition from fossil fuels?
The Earthshot Prize submitted nominations
Cranfield University is proud to be among a network of distinguished organisations from around the world chosen as official nominators of The Earthshot Prize. We will be nominating individuals, communities, businesses and organisations whose solutions make the most progress towards achieving the five Earthshots. After receiving a large number of submissions covering all five Earthshots, we are pleased to announce CCm Technologies have been nominated to The Earthshot Prize.
BBC World shines spotlight on CCm Technologies
“Turning back the climate clock,” the final episode in James Wong’s series “Follow the Food,” aired on 12th March. From 7’15” to 9’9”, Professor Peter Hammond, Chief Technology Officer at CCm Technologies, shares how digestate is a gamechanger for decarbonising agriculture.
Source: BBC website
George Eustice visits Swindon Fertiliser plant
It was great to see Secretary of State Rt Hon George Eustice MP highlighting CCm’s “pioneering new technology” as a solution to reduce farming's dependence on inorganic fertiliser in an OpEd in Farmers Weekly.
CCm features on BBC Farming Today
This morning CCm Technologies had a great opportunity to set out how our technology can address some of the challenges facing the food system on BBC "Farming Today".
CCm feature in final episode of BBC's "Follow the Food" series, broadcasted by James Wong
On Saturday (12th March) BBC World broadcast the final episode “Turning back the climate clock” in James Wong’s series across their global platform.“Follow the Food” examines where our food comes from and how this might change in the near future with new technologies and innovative ways of farming. CCm’s short inclusion (at 07:15mins point) came at the suggestion of the main interviewee (05:20mins), the inspirational Bertrand Piccard. The founder of the Solar Impulse Foundation proposed CCm as one of the 1,000 efficient solutions identified by his organisation as capable of protecting the environment, critically through the lens of profitability.
Yorkshire Water in partnership with CCm Technologies
CCm is delighted to announce the first-of-a-kind deployment in the wastewater industry with Yorkshire Water. The partnership will improve the recovery of phosphate materials from the treatment cycle, reduce capital investment and maintenance costs for water utility and efficiently recycle nutrients back into the circular economy as 'climate positive fertiliser.
CCm Technologies partners with PepsiCo in order to reduce GHG emissions of the Food Sector
Walkers crisps, one of the largest buyers of British potatoes, is partnering with British clean-tech firm CCm Technologies to reduce its carbon footprint by turning its potato waste into fertiliser.
CCm Technologies showcases value of Carbon Capture technologies on an international level
CCm Technologies showcased the value of Carbon Capture technologies at Fieldays, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest agricultural event, known for demonstrating cutting edge technology and innovation in the sector.
RE:TV - Reusing Captured Waste
In September 2020 HRH the Prince of Wales delivered the keynote speech at the launch of Climate Week 2020, in cooperation with the United Nations and the City of New York.As the next phase of the Sustainable Markets Initiative, supported by the World Economic Forum, HRH introduced RE:TV, a content platform which will champion the most inspiring innovations and ideas that point the way towards a sustainable future for all of us.CCm was one of the seven key innovation case studies highlighted.
BBC Radio - Farming Today
This morning CCm’s co-founder and CTO, Professor Peter Hammond, and Dr Ruben Sakrabani (Cranfield University) joined reporters from BBC’s “Farming Today” at Luton Hoo in Bedfordshire where our new fertiliser products, developed using carbon capture, are improving soil quality and soil health while reducing emissions.
PepsiCo's 2020 Global Sustainability Report
PepsiCo released their new “2020 Global Sustainability Report” yesterday. CCm is mentioned as one of the technology’s supporting their regenerative agriculture ambitions.
BBC Podcast - 39 ways to save the planet
BBC Radio Four, in partnership with the Royal Geographical Society, presents 39 ideas to relieve the stress that climate change is exerting on the planet.
House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee
CCm very much welcomed the opportunity to give evidence to the House of Commons' Environmental Audit Committee, chaired by the Rt Hon Philip Dunne MP, as it considers the role that Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanisms (CBAMs) could play in preventing Carbon leakage while also contributing to the UK meeting it's environmental objectives.
Severn Trent -Nutrient waste recovery
CCm Technologies in partnership with Severn Trent has been awarded approximately £1 million government funding to explore new sustainable ways to recycle wastewater and convert it into a commercial product.